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Alton Maddox, Charles Baron, The Freedom Party & The Metaphysics of Black Political Empowerment

October 23, 2010

On August 16, 2010, the New York Freedom Party made history by securing over 43,500 signatures to achieve ballot status in the state of New York. While obtaining the 43,500 signatures is an accomplishment worth noting, it is not the end of the fierce sense of urgency by its members and supporters. In response to not […]

Maat, Imhotep & Rituals of Peace: Authentic Models Of Conflict Resolution In African Culture

September 20, 2010

Peace is central to the constitution of the individual African person as well as to the foundation of the overall society. In African society, peace for the individual and the general community were pursued simultaneously, with each effort complementing one another. The relationship between the individual and the community in African thought are inextricably intertwined and is best expressed by the dictum […]

Africans In Mexico: The Hidden History Of Mexico

September 16, 2010

Mexico celebrates its 200th year of independence on September 16, 2010:   “2010 is the year of the Bicentennial Celebrations in Mexico. This wonderful country is commemorating   200 years of Independence  from Spanish rule and 100 years of  its  Revolution that began in 1910 and toppled dictator Porfirio Diaz.” The prominent role that Africans played in […]

Glen Beck & Elias Abuelazam Conspiracy By Numbers:The Ritual Desecration of The 1963 March On Washington Part IV

August 28, 2010

Both Glenn Beck and Elias Abuelazam embody a meaning of the day “August 28th” that is antithetical to the interests of people of African ancestry. The new meaning of” August 28th” was forged by the pursuit of justice on the part of the persons of  African ancestry and their supporters of  good will in other communities. Events have occurred on “August 28th” […]

Echoes of Kemet:Oudeh, Fadlallah & Zayd

July 21, 2010

Mohammed Oudeh, Grand Ayatollah Fadlallah & Nsr Zayd: Echoes of Kemet   The passing of  Mohammed Oudeh, Grand Ayatollah Fadlallah and Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd gives us the opportunity to lift “the veil” and show the true “face” of Kemet hidden by Western hegemony and the rigid ahistorical  interpretation of Islam.  In the deaths of these three men, we have a cornucopia of […]